[Gtk-sharp-list] Gtk# 64-bit on Windows

Eric.Zurcher at csiro.au Eric.Zurcher at csiro.au
Tue Feb 6 22:27:27 UTC 2018

OK. I eventually worked through this, and was able to successfully build a working 64-bit Gtk# on Windows. If anyone desperately needs the binaries, or needs advice on building their own, they're welcome to contact me.

I would like to run Gtk# on Windows in a 64-bit application, but I haven't been able to locate a pre-built set of DLLs that would allow me to do that.  It appears that Gtk+ 2 (native only) is available for Windows (and is used in GIMP, for example), and the managed Gtk# layers should run on "any CPU", with the gap being the "glue" DLLs between these layers. Are suitable 64-bit DLLs available somewhere? If not, should I be able to compile them myself without undue difficulty, or are there some obscure technical problems that make this infeasible?

Eric Zurcher

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